Professor Miller received his secondary education at the University of New Brunswick, before studying at the University of Portsmouth in England, where he was also a NATO Science Postdoctoral Fellow. His post-university career at Agriculture Canada in 1982, and became head of the Fusarium mycotoxin program in 1988. He became a Professor and then NSERC Research Chair at Carleton University in 2000. Dr. Miller has published more than 300 papers on various aspects of fungi and fungal toxins and has co-written/edited eight books on the public health aspects of fungi and on fungal toxins. He participated in several International Agency for Research on Cancer Monographs, is co-author of an IARC Scientific Publication on mycotoxins in a developing country context (2012). He was a member of the drafting committee of the World Health Organization IPCS monograph on fumonisin B1. He was a member of the Toxicology Study Selection and Review Committee that considers compounds nominated by the US Food and Drug Administration to the National Toxicology program.